Mar 12, 2019

Cardozo School of Law rose four places to number 52 in the U.S. News & World Report law school rankings this year, continuing a multi-year upward trajectory. Cardozo has jumped 23 places in the rankings over the past four years. In addition, Cardozo’s alternative dispute resolution program was ranked eighth in the country and first in New York City, and the intellectual property program was ranked 13th nationally and second in New York City. 

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Oct 10, 2018

Professor David Rudenstine appeared on Richard French Live on the Regional News Network (RNN) to talk about how Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh may impact the Supreme Court. 

Sep 13, 2018

September 13, 2018 Frontline - Dayton, Ohio used to be a booming city where residents could chase the American Dream. Now, around one-third live in poverty. Professor Ekow Yankah talks to Frontline about some of the social and economic forces behind the shift in Dayton and other American cities like it post-recession. 

Sep 4, 2018

September 4, 2018 Good Morning America - Professor Kate Shaw discusses the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. 

"The stakes couldn't be higher and the impact could be really dramatic. We're talking about a conservative majority on issues like abortion, environmental regulation, workers rights, voting rights, presidential power ..."

Jul 2, 2018

Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes '89 appeared on MSNBC Live with Alex Witt to discuss children as young as three years old appearing in court without a parent or representation:

“Historically, immigration has been a civil remedy, so you’re not entitled to an attorney as you would be in a criminal proceeding. They will give you a list of legal counsel you can reach out to if you want to, but imagine giving a three- or a five-year-old a list of lawyers.”

May 11, 2018

Professor Peter Markowitz speaks to BRIC TV about the detainment and deportation of legal U.S. citizens, and why and how approximately 1400 citizens have been detained in the last 10 years.

Jan 5, 2018

In January, 130 Cardozo students participate in one of the most intense and longest running trial boot camp programs in the country. The Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP) is a key component of Cardozo’s hands-on training, turning the courtroom into a learning laboratory where students can put their practical skills to work and gain invaluable input from top trial attorneys and professionals in the field.

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